Property investment in secondary US cities such as Salt Lake City hold the potential for higher yields, but can be more difficult to sell in a down market. Photo: Shutterstock

‘Yield is king’: real estate investors ditch New York, LA for second-tier US cities

  • In Chicago, one can buy a two-bedroom flat for as low as US$382,167, while in New York, an investor needs US$1.27 million
  • Investors from Hong Kong and mainland China are looking to US cities such as Seattle, Austin and Nashville
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Property investment in secondary US cities such as Salt Lake City hold the potential for higher yields, but can be more difficult to sell in a down market. Photo: Shutterstock
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